Chronicling the Bottom Up
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Ellen Brown author Web of Debt

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Ellen Brown Bio:
Ellen Brown developed her research skills as an attorney practicing civil litigation in Los Angeles. In Web of Debt, her latest book, she turns those skills to an analysis of the Federal Reserve and "the money trust." She shows how this private cartel has usurped the power to create money from the people themselves, and how we the people can get it back. Brown developed an interest in the developing world and its problems while living abroad for eleven years in Kenya, Honduras, Guatemala and Nicaragua. She returned to practicing law when she was asked to join the legal team of a popular Tijuana healer with an innovative cancer therapy, who was targeted by the chemotherapy industry in the 1990s. That experience produced her book Forbidden Medicine, which traces the suppression of natural health treatments to the same corrupting influences that have captured the money system. Brown's eleven books include the bestselling Nature's Pharmacy, co-authored with Dr. Lynne Walker, which has sold 285,000 copies.

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Author of 11 books.
Author of Web of Debt which uses the Wizard of Oz because the story was based on financial reform efforts in the 1890s.
The populist movement for money reform spurred the first ever march to Washington, from Ohio-- to end bank issued money and replace it with government greenbacks.

The problem is private banks create money and lend it to government. Government should have its own banks and not charge itself for loans for government projects. And state banks should pay interest to the state when the state deposits money.

When banks make a loan it is always new money.
The federal Reserve was created in 1913 to backstop banks.

The Fed manipulates the world markets by working with other central banks.

Central bankers got together to buy dollars at the expense of gold and other investments. They always manipulate gold.

They are holding us hostage.

Every time congress threatens to do something to regulate the banks they manipulate the stock market.
The $900 crash on May 6 followed similar history-- another gun to the head. On May 6, there was talk of voting on the audit the Fed amendment and the bank breakup amendment.

80% of Goldman Sachs profits are speculation.
High frequency electronic trading-- GOldman Sachs does most of them.

70% of stock market trades are these electronic high speed trades.

Market makers do illegal things.

The solution is to make banks state owned, like North Dakota-- the state with the best economic situation these days.

Movie by Bill Still The Secret of OZ

IMF is a predatory lender, engine of Exploitation. John Perkins wrote about it in Confessions of an Economic Hitman.

Iceland and Argentina have stood up to the IMF. Argentina printed their own money.

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